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A Cloudron deployment for Vaultwarden that includes MySQL support .
Dockerfile in this repo is actually a symblink pointing to a proper
Dockerfile that will be used for building.
There are two real Dockerfiles in this repo. One pulls Vaultwarden from Docker Hub and extracts the binary. The other will actually build it from source. It used to be required to build from source for MySQL integration, but it is no longer necessary. Should you wish to have more control over the build process, or enable any other build time features in the future, you should use
Dockerfile.multi-stage. You can easily switch between them by changing the symblink for
The build process
Makefile has been added to simplify the interaction with Cloudron. More detailed instructions exist within the
Makefiel itself, but to build, push, and install on your Cloudron you should only need to do
make push install or
make push update.
You will have to be previously authenticated with both Docker Hub and your Cloudron instance via the Cloudron CLI.